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{{quote-ciprnet|A (network) component is an object in a [[CI Model]], e.g. a generator, a pump, a transmission line, a physical transport, a node, a substation. Components have [[attribute]]s and [[user-specified behaviour]].}}
  
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{{quote-diesis|A (network) component is an object in a [[CI Model]], e.g. a generator, a pump, a transmission line, a physical transport, a node, a substation. Components have [[attribute]]s and [[user-specified behaviour]].}}
 
{{quote-diesis|A (network) component is an object in a [[CI Model]], e.g. a generator, a pump, a transmission line, a physical transport, a node, a substation. Components have [[attribute]]s and [[user-specified behaviour]].}}
  
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Latest revision as of 22:39, 28 June 2019


Definitions

European Project Definitions

CIPRNet project

The CIPRNet project [1] uses the following definition:

A (network) component is an object in a CI Model, e.g. a generator, a pump, a transmission line, a physical transport, a node, a substation. Components have attributes and user-specified behaviour.

DIESIS project

The DIESIS project [2] gives the following definition:

A (network) component is an object in a CI Model, e.g. a generator, a pump, a transmission line, a physical transport, a node, a substation. Components have attributes and user-specified behaviour.



Discussion Topic

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